ends 09.03.2019 (229 zł)
ends 18.03.2019 (249 zł)
Wydział Nauk o Zwierzętach SGGW, ul. Ciszewskiego 8, Warszawa
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AT THIS TRAINING YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT:
Marketing techniques used by feed manufacturers and real nutrition needs of cats and dogs
WE WILL TEACH YOU HOW:
to compare feeds, read labels and assess the figure of a pet to define its individual nutritional needs
WE WILL SHOW YOU HOW: to choose knowledgably a good product and what to avoid at all costs.
You will find an answer to such questions like:
- How to choose a feed from such a wide selection offered on the market?
- Is it ok to mix dry and wet feed?
- How long can a dog be on the same feed?
- Do I have to change the feed after my pet has been neutered?
- Does a puppy need supplements for when it is on a dry feed?
- How will I know whether my dog or cat is overweight?
- May I feed the leftovers from my plate to my dog?
- Nutrients and energy: canine and feline nutritional needs, factors influencing changes in energy levels and the need for nutrients in dogs and cats. Evaluation of energy needs in dogs and cats.
- Commercial feeds: Definition of complete and supplementary feeds. How to calculate the amount of carbohydrates based on a label. How to compare chemical makeup of various feeds, calculation of caloric value of feeds (applications and calculators on-line), selection of the appropriate feed, quality levels of feeds, reading labels. Marketing tricks played by the manufacturers.
- Common mistakes: harmful food from the table, reasons for obesity, what treats to provide and in what amount? Gradual change of feeds, storage, feeds sold by weight.
Karolina Hołda PhD – an expert in canine and feline feeds, an independent consultant for the zoological market since 2008, academic teacher, learning coach, speaker at scientific conferences, author of more than fifty publications and articles on the subject.
The price includes:
5h training session, printed training materials, coffee service, graduation certificate
employees and students, including doctorate studies, of the Faculty of Animal Science, Warsaw University of Life Sciences are eligable for discounts.